I live like there’s no tomorrow.
Or that’s what I like to tell myself – in reality I’m that organized person running across the room, trying to do this and that and those ten other things at the same time. So there is
an awful lot of some stress and worry about these things. Things that are usually somehow school- or work-related.
Anyway, I love different cultures and languages, animals and nature, music, travelling, chocolate, tea, white wine, movies, knitting, people, video making and photographing. It’s not new to me to come home half past three in the morning – though I love getting up early to watch the sunrise. As Dido sings in her song ‘I’m No Angel’ “I know I’m not around each night/ and I know I always think I’m right.”
Usually I’m quite a positive nature and describing myself as optimistic. I listen to artists similar to Imogen Heap, Dido and Coldplay and I can’t get enough of various TV and film composers (on the top of the list: Murray Gold, Hans Zimmer and Nicholas Hooper). I fell in love with Doctor Who and the brilliant, handsome David Tennant in summer 2009 – that was the same summer I read all the 4 Ingo -books within a week. Helen Dunmore, Cecelia Ahern and good old JK.Row are my favorite authors to start with – I certainly could live in a book shop. Feel free to accommodate me anytime! My weeks are filled with sixth-form college (read this read that write two A4′s about this and return this essay due next Monday etc), work (Sandwich Artist at the local Subway, childcare at friend’s, all sorts of stuff), my doggy (5-year-old Nova Scotia Duck-Tolling Retriever, my beloved Iita), and friends and blogging, of course.
A bit of a bohemian, they say. All this talk about mad creativity, related to me – though I don’t mind, not at all.
At the moment my goal is to be able to move to Scotland (Stirling, to be precise) and start university there. My dream is to become a TV and film producer and work for BBC – notice the ‘when’ in comparison to ‘if’. I think there’s no use of dreaming if you don’t even secretly wish your dreams to come true one beautiful day.
And to tell you, I will make my owns reality – oh, just watch me.
I’d also love to write – a novel perhaps, episodes of some kind, a play, a few columns, you name it. And photograph. The world is just so much clearer through the viewfinder.
I love Cornwall though I’ve never been there and the city I could spend the rest of my life in would be London. And yes, in heart I’m a Brit, not a Fin. People are too quite, too negative and too withdrawn here – feels like I don’t belong here or fit in the picture.
I’m afraid that I have a small tendency to narcissism (the healthy one – yes there are two sorts of narcissism, I’ve done some psychology in the sixth-form!) from time to time but I try to get along with everyone, even though they aren’t to be my best friends. I have a big heart and it’s easy for me to forgive though my fierce nature sometimes makes me go mad about stupid, stupid misunderstandings.
You could say I’m
too curious but that’s just what I call ‘doing research’. I often don’t mean any harm, but as I talk way too fast my thoughts don’t always catch up with the tongue. Or fingers, if we’re talking about typing. So yes, I love gossips. And I’m ashamed to admit it.
As I’m a great big teaholic there’s no way I’m going to survive without a cup of tea once in a while, about ten times a day. Would you like to join me, there’s always one seat for a friend?